Just saying: Zack has tested Nokia 6 durability. It didn't flex even a bit. Possibly even more durable than HTC 10.
Anonymous, 14 Mar 2017Corporations, sales people, project managers, people who send/receive tons of emails, professi... moreI will actually add to this, (while I didn't like it when I had it), Windows phones also have remote management and OTA virtualization services, as well as update managers, store lockdown managers, that all could be managed from any windows PC or admin phone. They are handy business devices.
so awesome that nokia is coming back, original new designs, awesome software, all of the things that you can find in ANY OTHER PHONE, seriously why does anyone even care about this self destroyed company...
Simon, 14 Mar 2017Point me to a professional using Windows phone. The whole business world is Android / iOS. Not... moreCorporations, sales people, project managers, people who send/receive tons of emails, professionals who use MS Office - basically people who rely on their phones for productivity on the go.
You can't compare Outlook and Windows phones' email capabilities with any other Android/iOS app out there. It's faster, loads a lot more of the email chain, has smart sync, it's all native (no need to download any 3rd party apps to set up any of your email accounts), it ALWAYS syncs (unlike Android apps/Outlook), and you generally don't waste time waiting for your emails to load.
And MS Office just runs much faster on Windows phones. OneNote, Calendar, OneDrive, Contacts, Tasks, Docs, Skype - everything is faster and more stable on Windows.
Of course, there might be business professionals who don't use Office/Outlook much (no need for them) and they might not see the advantages, but those are few. And most likely not really professionals.
Bottom line is: if you send&receive less than 50 emails a day, and you don't work with a lot of attachments, then you don't actually need a professional device running Windows. You can get the same stuff done on an Android device. (30% slower, but that shouldn't be an issue)
Cant said that Carl Zeiss is the best but surely it one of the best, it expensive but bringing wonderful experience. Nokia + Carl Zeiss = Rock!
AnonD-625786, 13 Mar 2017If future Nokia phones will have Carl Zeiss optics, then damn - Nokia is seriously getting bac... moreNot only that, but if they expand this into physical keyboard phones also, then Nokia will reclaim its throne very soon! Just imagine a physical keyboard phone with a little more advanced specs than a Nokia N82 and Nokia 515 while having Carl Zeis optics! It will be a HUGE hit! Even the new Nokia 3310 broke a record in preorders! Just imagine a successor to the Nokia 6233 with those specs above!
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2017Amen to that! But only if they'll release each phone in two versions: one Android (for the ... morePoint me to a professional using Windows phone. The whole business world is Android / iOS. Not without a reason. There's not much you can do on a Windows phone, in comparison.
Thomas, 13 Mar 2017Same here. I'm ready to retire my old Lumia 800, so I can go for Nokia 8.It's way overdue man.
AnonD-404798, 13 Mar 2017it's like this : Bugatti Veyron(Carl Zeiss) vs Renault Twizy(Leica) ... Hahaha
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2017Amen to that! But only if they'll release each phone in two versions: one Android (for the ... moreWhile your point is valid, I doubt Nokia will release a Windows Powered Device..
AnonD-447414, 13 Mar 2017Let's see, Carl Zeiss vs Leica......who's the winner ? it's like this : Bugatti Veyron(Carl Zeiss) vs Renault Twizy(Leica) ...
Fly Sheikh, 13 Mar 2017Can't wait enough. My mind, body and soul are ready for a flagship from Nokia.Amen to that!
But only if they'll release each phone in two versions: one Android (for the masses), one Windows (for professionals).
Fly Sheikh, 13 Mar 2017Can't wait enough. My mind, body and soul are ready for a flagship from Nokia.Same here. I'm ready to retire my old Lumia 800, so I can go for Nokia 8.
If future Nokia phones will have Carl Zeiss optics, then damn - Nokia is seriously getting back into the game.
Vaio Agent, 13 Mar 2017Carl Zeiss just a name, actual performance is what we care!Just a name? You're right. The biggest name so far in phone cameras.
I had Nokia N8 back in 2010 - 12MP Carl Zeiss optic with stunning photos and video for that time and iPhone 4, the current model for that time was ages behind. Same for Samsung.
Then i bought Nokia 808 in 2012 and Nokia 1020 in 2014. Till that time nothing can't match Nokia+Zeiss optic. Was years ahead. Still the last two phones can shot better pictures than last iPhone and Galaxy S in certain conditions, not in any case, but still thats 3 years old phones.
people are questiong Carl Zeiss, being 'just a name'?! Lol.
May dpreview help shine them some enlightenment.